LONDON (Nov. 13)
The urgency of immigration to Palestine in view of the recent events in Germany was stressed today by Leonard Stein in an address before the Council of the Anglo-Jewish Association, of whose executive committee he is chairman.
Mr. Stein, pointing out that the whole question of Britain policy in Palestine, particularly that of immigration, was shortly coming up for review, declared that everyone was agreed that no solution would be satisfactory that did not provide for maximum immigration facilities.
Asserting that he fully recognized the great difficulties faced by the British Government, he stressed that it was the duty of the Jews, particularly British Jews, to make a practical and constructive contribution to a solution. H.A. Goodman suggested that the Colonial Office issue a few thousand emergency certificates for communal leaders, rabbis and professionals in Germany to relieve their intolerable position. President Leonard Montefiore, who presided, stressed the reaction of British public opinion to the German events and expressed the opinion that even the most fervent supporters of Anglo-German rapprochement did not desire that the Nazi spirit be transferred to England.